AIC CURE International Hospital Kenya shares the mission of CURE International which is to transform the lives of disabled children and their families in the developing world through medical and spiritual healing, serving all by establishing specialty teaching hospitals, building partnerships and advocating for these children.
Motivated by our Christian identity, CURE operates a global network of children’s hospitals that provides life-changing surgical care to children living with disabilities.
AIC CURE International Hospital Kenyal is a global nonprofit network of children’s hospitals providing surgical care in a compassionate, gospel-centered environment. Services are provided at no cost to families because of the generosity of donors and partners like you.
CURE Kenya was Africa’s first pediatric orthopedic teaching hospital when it opened in Kijabe in 1998. Each year it performs over 2,500 life-changing reconstructive and orthopedic surgeries for children suffering from treatable disabilities.
The teaching hospital has 47 beds and four operating rooms. CURE International uses this facility as a regional learning facility by partnering with the College of Surgeons of East, Central, and Southern Africa (COSECSA) to implement an orthopedic pediatric training program at the residency and fellowship levels.
In addition to world-class clinical service, CURE Kenya ministers to the emotional and spiritual needs of patients and their communities. The African Inland Church (AIC) provided the initial land for the hospital premise as a gift to the people of Kenya.